Goats are intensely inquisitive and intelligent. Goats will eat almost anything, but they prefer the tips of woody shrubs and trees. Domestic goats provide milk and meat, and their hair can be woven into clothing. Goats are well coordinated and can climb and keep their balance in precarious places.
Chinese Horoscopes are based on a zodiac consisting of twelve animal signs based on a lunar calendar. Chinese New Year is celebrated at the second new moon after the winter solstice and falls between January 21 and February 19 on the Gregorian calendar. Your year of birth determines your sign. Find your year of birth in the following form and click on your sign.
The goat is said to be proud and a bossy animal. A person born in this year should be a good doctor. The goat is known for gentleness and kindness. They also worry.
Goats like to set their own hours and will not tolerate too much discipline. They are also very offended if they are criticized. They cannot work well under pressure and must be allowed to do things at their own speed. Goats need somebody to discipline them, though, in order to utilize their talents. They usually find someone to look after and care for them.
Famous people born this year are: Michelangelo, Rudolph Valentino, Mark Twain, and Orville Wright
People born in the Year of Goat are elegant and highly accomplished in the arts. They seem to be, at first glance, better off than those born in the other years of the zodiac. Goat people are often shy, pessimistic, and puzzled about life. They are usually deeply religious, yet timid by nature. Sometimes clumsy in speech, they are always passionate about what they do and what they believe in. Goat people never have to worry about having the best in life for their abilities make money for them, and they are able to enjoy the creature comforts that they like. Goat people are wise, gentle, and compassionate. They are compatible with Rabbits, Pigs, and Horses. Except for the knack of always getting off on the wrong foot with people, the Goat can be charming company. Your are elegant and artistic but the first to complain about things. Put aside your pessimism and worry and try to be less dependent on material comforts. You would be best as an actor, gardener, or beachcomber. Goats are the good Samaritans of the Chinese zodiac. They are gentle mannered and on the shy side. Being very sincere they are easily taken by a sob story. Goat people are compassionate, understanding of others' faults, and quick to forgive.
Good fortune smiles upon the goats. They benefit from wills and inheritances. Even in the roughest of times, the Goat always acquires the basic needs. Goats get their own way without force or violence. They have that passive endurance that drives you mad. Eventually they wear you down with their pleas. You just can't break them!
Goats never come right out and discuss what's bothering them. You pry it out of them bit by bit. When all else fails, yell at them, and bang things around. They should be impressed and might unfold all their secret woes; then, you can clear the air. Goats are family people. They never forget anyone's birthday, and you had better not forget theirs! Goats worry, too. They want others to cheer them up and tell them everything will be okay.
Goats overspend and should avoid dealing with money. They find it hard to be practical and would love a life of luxury and ease. Ugly things will depress Goats. They hate to displease anyone especially their loved ones. They will edge around an issue rather than take a firm stand. Difficulties are a delicate issue with Goats. They are too sensitive and often overreact. Reassure them often.
Romance is a part of the Goat's being. Moonlight and roses, soft music and candlelight will get them every time. They tend to view the world through rose-colored glasses. Goats do not usually have to work hard. Good things just happen naturally. They need bright, airy surroundings and excel in creative fields. Appreciation of their talents make Goats glow, and with encouragement, they can go far in life.